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Mushroom body medial lobe arborizing neuron 4

Name: Mushroom body medial lobe arborizing neuron 4
Description: Neuron whose cell body is located on the superior neuropils of each hemisphere, anterior to the pars intercerebralis. The cell body fiber is sent ventrally towards the medial lobe. Arborizations occur in the inferior neuropils just dorsal to the beta' lobe. The main fiber enters the mushroom body between the gamma and beta' lobes and forms terminals in the medial segment of the beta' lobe. Fibers then further run medially to the opposite beta' lobe. There are two of these per hemisphere.
Synonym(s): MB-M4
Is part of: adult brain
Super-category: mushroom body extrinsic neuron
*Id: nlx_148580
Contributor: sr544
FBbt_Id: FBbt_00100232
FBBT_Link: http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/tools/anatomy_finder/index.htm?id=FBbt:00100232
Has_synaptic_terminal_in: inferior neuropils, mushroom body beta lobe segment 2
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CommentNames are assigned according to the area o Names are assigned according to the area of the mushroom body they arborize, as detailed in Tanaka et al., (2008). The projection patterns of the MB-M4 neurons was determined by Tanaka et al., (2008) by comparing the expression patterns of the enhancer traps NP393 and NP3212. In contrast, the connectivity patterns of MB-M5 and MB-M6 neurons in the medial lobes and protocerebrum is not clear due to this overlap. cerebrum is not clear due to this overlap.
ContributorSr544  +
DefinitionNeuron whose cell body is located on the s Neuron whose cell body is located on the superior neuropils of each hemisphere, anterior to the pars intercerebralis. The cell body fiber is sent ventrally towards the medial lobe. Arborizations occur in the inferior neuropils just dorsal to the beta' lobe. The main fiber enters the mushroom body between the gamma and beta' lobes and forms terminals in the medial segment of the beta' lobe. Fibers then further run medially to the opposite beta' lobe. There are two of these per hemisphere. be. There are two of these per hemisphere.
FBBT Linkhttp://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/tools/anatomy_finder/index.htm?id=FBbt:00100232  +
FBbt IdMushroom body medial lobe arborizing neuron 4  +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Petilla neuron  +
Has synaptic terminal inInferior neuropils  +, and Mushroom body beta lobe segment 2  +
Idnlx_148580  +
Is part ofAdult brain  +
LabelMushroom body medial lobe arborizing neuron 4  +
ModifiedDate31 July 2012  +
SuperCategorymushroom body extrinsic neuron  +
SynonymMB-M4  +